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Entertainment Tips Of The Week 12-15-08

Colony Theatre

By Jean Strauber, Entertainment Editor Let’s Go to the Theatre! “The Wonderful Ice Cream Suit” From the pen of Ray Bradbury, this is a charming story of five young Latino men from East Los Angeles who ascribe near-mystical powers to a beautifully tailored suit in the window of Shumway’s Sunshine Suits. The suit is white, […]

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Mayor Villariagosa Endorsed By League of Conservation Voters

Mayor Antonio Villariagosa

City Council members also get early backing from leading environmental organization. The Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters (LALCV) announced its endorsement of Antonio Villaraigosa in his bid for a second term as Mayor of Los Angeles. Mitchell Schwartz, LALCV president, made the announcement at the organization’s annual holiday event, which took place in Hancock […]

December 15th, 2008 | Posted in Politics Government | Read More »

Christmas Tree Lot In Glendale Going Strong For Over 30 Years By Julie Castro

Glendale Christmas Trees

GLENDALE, CA — If you want to buy a beautiful Christmas Tree this year, then head out to 1252 Central Avenue in Glendale, California. They are not only beautiful, they are also very safe because they are officially licensed “Flame Retardant.” The business is family owned by Al Lopez & Luis Robles, and they have […]

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